The road to this cabin is truly unbelievable. I am amazed that it takes you to an entrance of a National Park--it is quite a scary drive. It is basically a one-lane road on a cliff's edge. There are small turnouts in some places--but who knows if it will be when and where another car is coming. Because of the drive, it is very quiet and secluded. The cabin had adequate space and the bed was comfortable. The first morning we lost power. We were gone all day at the park and Jamey had it back on when we returned late that night. However, we no longer had hot water. The owners were very nice and did check on us daily. The surrounding parks were amazing--but out there everything is a long drive. I am pretty sure we had a mouse in the cabin with us who decided to store nuts in one of our suitcases--no harm done!
- Also Known As:
- Ranch Champagne Hotel Sequoia And Kings Canyon National Park